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현재 버전 게시자: originalmachead ,

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In a word it's '''Backward compatibility''' - you're expecting components that were not on the drawing board, or perhaps even in a designers mind (two "computer years" ''which are like 50 human years - even worse than "dog years" '') to integrate.
GPU architecture especially have changed radically in how memory (on board, shared and virtual) are accessed/utiized recently. For example take RETINA support - a logic board/GPU even 6 months old can't be retrofitted to support a retina display.
Some componets change slowly or little (wireless cards, optical drives) but even HD or SSD architecture has/can change very rapidly. Some new HDs, even though the manufacturer says they will be backward compatible, in fact do not play well at a slower bus speed.
-'If this answer was helpful'' '''please remember to mark it accepted.'''
+''If this answer was helpful'' '''please remember to mark it accepted'''.''

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편집자: originalmachead ,

텍스트:

-In a word it's '''Backward compatibility''' - you're expecting components that were not on the drawing board, or perhaps even in a designers mind (two "computer years" are like 50 human years - even worse than "dog years") to integrate.
+In a word it's '''Backward compatibility''' - you're expecting components that were not on the drawing board, or perhaps even in a designers mind (two "computer years" ''which are like 50 human years - even worse than "dog years" '') to integrate.
GPU architecture especially have changed radically in how memory (on board, shared and virtual) are accessed/utiized recently. For example take RETINA support - a logic board/GPU even 6 months old can't be retrofitted to support a retina display.
Some componets change slowly or little (wireless cards, optical drives) but even HD or SSD architecture has/can change very rapidly. Some new HDs, even though the manufacturer says they will be backward compatible, in fact do not play well at a slower bus speed.
'If this answer was helpful'' '''please remember to mark it accepted.'''

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원문 게시자: originalmachead ,

텍스트:

In a word it's '''Backward compatibility''' - you're expecting components that were not on the drawing board, or perhaps even in a designers mind (two "computer years" are like 50 human years - even worse than "dog years") to integrate.

GPU architecture especially have changed radically in how memory (on board, shared and virtual) are accessed/utiized recently. For example take RETINA support - a logic board/GPU even 6 months old can't be retrofitted to support a retina display.

Some componets change slowly or little (wireless cards, optical drives) but even HD or SSD architecture has/can change very rapidly. Some new HDs, even though the manufacturer says they will be backward compatible, in fact do not play well at a slower bus speed.

'If this answer was helpful'' '''please remember to mark it accepted.'''

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